The City Council appoints community representatives to a variety of boards and commissions to serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council. City Board and Commission members review and make recommendations on issues related to land use, zoning, social services, parks, library services, historical matters, and diversity, equity, and inclusion measures.
The City records and retains meeting records for city-sponsored advisory boards and commissions. Some board meeting records are maintained by other jurisdictions or organizations. Select the various board and commission links below to view meeting agendas, minutes, and past meeting recordings.
As a representative of the City and ambassador of our community, members of Lacey’s Boards and Commissions are expected to have common and consistent standards, protocols, and ground rules, similar to those that are used by the City Council. The Boards and Commission Standards, Protocols, and Ground Rules Handbook provides a comprehensive resource guide for Board and Commission members.
Residents help shape the future of the Lacey community by serving in advisory capacities to the City Council. The Board of Park Commissioners, Library Board, Historical Commission, and Commission on Equity also include opportunities for Youth Council representatives.
All advisory board meetings are open to the public. Learn more about each advisory board below.
If you are interested in serving, please fill out the online application, or contact the City Manager’s Office at (360) 491-3214.
The City provides reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. To request an accommodation or written materials in an alternate format, contact the City Clerk at least seventy-two (72) hours before the meeting to discuss any necessary accommodations. You can reach the City Clerk by phone (360) 486-8704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For vision or hearing impaired services contact the Washington State Relay Service at 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384.